We’re continuing on with our special, linda, touching Mandalas for Marinke posts in honor of Wink and in celebration of crochet mandalas. This beautiful contribution comes to us from Alice in France.
Today’s beautiful peacock butterfly crochet mandala for the Mandalas for Marinke project comes to us from Josie Yarn of Wrap The Kids in Crochet, who loves who colorful Wink’s work is.
Kate, who created this crochet mandala bracelet, diz, “Para mim, the repetition and counting required to follow a pattern can sometimes drown out the terrible thoughts that fill my mind.”
Today’s bright, bold (realce), beautiful crochet mandala for the Mandalas for Marinke depression awareness art project is from Maddy in Pennsauken, New Jersey, who can be found on Instagram @maddylopez324.
I love all aspects of crochet from art to fashion but of course my special interest is in the health benefits of crochet and the ways that we can use the craft to heal ourselves and others. Here are fifteen articles and stories celebrating crochet health.
The beautiful crochet mandala that you see here in today’s post for the Mandalas for Marinke project comes to us from Felicia Jones, “just a regular woman who loves crochet, gatos, reading and movies”.
Jen didn’t know Wink but has come to get to know her work after hearing the news about her suicide. Neste post, she shares the beautiful crochet mandala created in Wink’s honor along with her own story of healing through craft.